India launches record 104 satellites at one go

Of the 104, 101 are remote satellites to serve worldwide clients as the South Asian country looks for a greater share of the $300 billion worldwide space industry.

“This is an incredible minute for each and everybody of us. Today we have made history,” said extend executive B Jayakumar.

Head administrator Narendra Modi tweeted his congrats on the dispatch led by the state-run Indian Space Exploration Association (ISRO) that went off easily and was conveyed live on national television news stations.

“This wonderful accomplishment by ISRO is yet another pleased minute for our space academic group and the country,” he said. “India salutes our researchers.”

Congrats to @isro for the effective dispatch of PSLV-C37 and CARTOSAT satellite together with 103 nano satellites!

Modi is bullish on India’s space program and has more than once commended the endeavors of researchers who three years prior pulled off an ease mission to send a test to circle Mars that prevailing at the primary endeavor.

ISRO’s low costs pulled in universal clients to dispatch 75 satellites a year ago from Sriharikota in the southern condition of Andhra Pradesh.

The dispatch of PSLV-C37 in a solitary payload, including the Cartosat-2 arrangement and 103 co-traveler satellites, together weighed more than 650 kg.

Out of 101 nano satellites, 96 were from the Unified States and one each from Israel, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the Assembled Bedouin Emirates.

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